Summer Fun with Sun Changing Vinyl

Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

Looking for a fun activity to create with the kids?

Create Cups that change with the sun.

Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

I used Sun Changing Vinyl from StyleTechCraft* and my

Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine*

to create fun shape stickers for the kids to decorate the cups.

The Sun-Changing Vinyl* is available in four fun colors.

StyletechCraft products brought to you by ATSM Craft*

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Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

Fun kiddie cocktails are great when all the grown-ups are sitting

around the pool drinking adult beverages.

For the kids, I bought drink cups, stir sticks, plates, pretzels, and

cute little light-up flamingoes*, and pineapples* at Dollar Tree*.

It makes a day at the pool feel like a party.

Shop Summer Essentials starting at $1.25 at Dollar Tree!

Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

For smaller letters, we used StyleTechCraft Vinyl Transfer Tape* to add the vinyl to the cup.

Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

The bigger stickers they can just peel and stick.

Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

Here’s a bad photo of the cup before we took it outside.

I wanted to show you how it looked before it changed with the sun’s UV rays.

The vinyl all looks pretty much the same.

Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

The Kids LOVE the Color Changing Cups!

Great for drinks around the pool.

The Sun Changing Vinyl is perfect for water bottles too.

Summer Fun with StyleTechCraft Sun Changing Vinyl

It’s the perfect way to celebrate Summer Fun.  

And it eliminates the endless summer cups because they can’t remember if it’s their cup or not.

Ready for the Beach with Sun Changing Vinyl

Here’s another fun Color-Changing project I made a couple of years ago.

Click on the link here to view the project and tutorial.

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DIY Floral Notepad Holder

DIY Floral Notepad Holder

Create a Handy Floral Notepad Holder using Sizzix Dies by Eileen Hull.

I am a list maker!

I usually have several lists going at one time.

And, if the list gets too messy, I’ll create a new one.

Lists are my way of keeping me organized.

Post-it notes* are another favorite of mine.

This Floral Notepad Holder is a great place to put my Post-it notes.

DIY Floral Notepad Holder

The theme for this month’s Eileen Hull Teams is Die Cut Mania.

The best part about Eileen’s dies is you can mix them with other Eileen dies to create one great project.

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Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  As a member of the Eileen Hull Educator Team, I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas.  The view and opinions are my own. 

DIY Floral Notepad Holder using Eileen Hull & Sizzix Dies.

Materials Used:  (*affiliate links)

Directions: 

  • I used a piece of white mat board* as the base to create the pieces for the Notepad Holder. To adhere the paper to the mat board, I like to run the decorative paper through the Xyron Creative Station* to add a complete adhesive to the back. It makes everything lay wonderfully smooth with no peeling up corners.
  • Die Cut the pieces for the stand using the Phone Stand Die* for the base, Frame Pocket Journal Die* for the pocket, and the Journal Die* for the decorative plaque. (as shown in the picture above)

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DIY Floral Notepad Holder using Eileen Hull & Sizzix Dies.

  • Gently fold the die-cut pieces on their scorelines.
  • Adhere the pieces together using a strong adhesive. My favorite for adhering mat board is Dap Liquid Adhesive*.  All you need to do is hold the glued piece in place for 30 seconds, and it stays secure.

DIY Floral Notepad Holder using Eileen Hull & Sizzix Dies.

  • To add a decorative element to the edge of the center plaque, use the flat end of a gold calligraphy pen* to add a gold edging.  (It may take a little practice to make your lines smooth.)

DIY Floral Notepad Holder using Eileen Hull & Sizzix Dies.

  • Cut the letters “NOTES” for the front of the pocket using the Alpha Numeric Die* and StyleTechCraft Gold Craft Vinyl*.
  • Want a matching gold pen for the notepad holder? Measure the length of the barrel. Cut the vinyl 1 1/4″ wide. Carefully adhere the gold vinyl to the barrel. It adds personality to a simple everyday pen.

DIY Floral Notepad Holder

  •  Place the letters on the back of a small piece of gridded transfer tape* to line them up straight.
  • Place the transfer paper onto the small plaque and rub over the transfer paper to transfer the letters.

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DIY Floral Notepad Holder

  • Add a decorative strip of coordinating paper onto the front of the pocket and adhere the floral plaque using Rapid Fuse Adhesive*.

DIY Floral Notepad Holder

The Floral Notepad Holder looks great on my desk and now I’m even more organized.

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Sizzix 70% Mega Spring Clearance Sale

Sizzix 70% Mega Spring Clearance Sale

You know me, I have to share a good deal when I see one.

Sizzix is having their Spring Mega Sale with up to 70% off dies,

including several of my favorite Eileen Hull Dies.

(Consider it an early Mother’s Day present to yourself.)

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“If Friends Were Flowers” Shelf Sitter

"If Friends were Flowers" DIY Mason Jar Shelf Sitter

DIY yourself A Happy Little Mason Jar Shelf Sitter.

As Spring turns into Summer, I get inspired to change my decor to happy colors.

I like to open the windows and let in the fresh air.

And…I love to bring in fresh blooms whenever I can.

Flowers make me HAPPY!

"If Friends were Flowers" DIY Mason Jar Shelf Sitter

The Wood Mason Jar Cut-Out…

Sometimes when I see an item at the store, I have a vision of what I want to do.

Sometimes it works out, and other times it does not.

This particular time was the latter.

When I first saw the wood mason jar with flowers cut out,

I saw it stained with only the flowers painted.

So, I stained the wood.

It might have been the stain I used, but I wasn’t pleased with the result.

"If Friends were Flowers" DIY Mason Jar Shelf Sitter

After letting it sit overnight, I decided a little acrylic paint might help.

So, I watered down my paints so they didn’t look too heavy and painted away.

While it isn’t what I originally had planned, it’s not too bad.

It’s bright and cheery.

"If Friends were Flowers" DIY Mason Jar Shelf Sitter

Doesn’t vinyl make everything just a little better?

For extra personality, I added vinyl lettering using my favorite StyletechCraft* adhesive vinyl.

Materials Used:    (*affiliate links)

StyletechCraft products brought to you by ATSM Craft*

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"If Friends were Flowers" DIY Mason Jar Shelf Sitter

  • I used a Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine* with the “Monsoon Font” from The Silhouette Store to create the words.
  • Cut the words using StyleTech Craft Glossy Vinyl.
  • After cutting, remove the excess vinyl using a Vinyl Weeding Tool*.
  • Lay the transfer paper over the words.
  • Rub over the transfer paper with a vinyl scraper tool and lift the design from the white paper backing.
  • Lay the transfer paper onto the sign and rub over the design.  Remove the transfer paper.

"If Friends were Flowers" DIY Mason Jar Shelf Sitter

  • To make it a shelf sitter, I glued a small block, “borrowed” from the kid’s block basket, onto the back.
  • I painted the block with matching acrylic paint.

"If Friends were Flowers" DIY Mason Jar Shelf Sitter

Now that it’s finished, I think the shelf sitter would also make a cute Mother’s Day or Teacher’s gift.

So many possibilities.

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Life is Beautiful Mini Card & Envelope Stationery Caddy

Mini Card and Envelope Stationery Caddy

The Life is Beautiful Mini Card & Envelope Stationery Caddy

is a great gift idea for anyone who loves to send cards.

It would also make a sweet and thoughtful Mother’s Day Gift Idea.

Echo Park's Life is Beautiful Collection Kit.

I used the “Life is Beautiful” Collection Kit from Echo Park*.

I also used a few Eileen Hull dies by Sizzix to make the caddy.

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Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  As a member of the Eileen Hull Educator Team, I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas.  The view and opinions are my own. 

Materials Used:    (*affiliate links)

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Mini Card and Envelope Stationery Caddy

Directions:

  • For the base of the stationery caddy, cut two coordinating 6″ x 10½” pieces of scrapbook paper. (One is for the front, and one is for the inside.)
  • Cut a 6″ x 10½” piece of Sizzix Mat Board*.
  • Place the paper design side up into the Xyron Creative Station*. Crank the handle to run the paper through the machine. As the paper runs through the Xyron Creative Station*, it adds a complete layer of adhesive to the backside of the paper.
  • Adhere the paper onto the front and back of the Mat Board*.

Mini Card and Envelope Stationery Caddy

  • Place the mat board with the outside design face down on the Card Caddy Die*.
  • Sandwich the die between the two cutting places and run the die through the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine*.
  • Die-cut the two caddy sides using mat board and paper.
  • Gently fold the caddy base along the outer score lines and glue the caddy sides to the caddy base using Rapid Fuse Adhesive*.

Life is Beautiful Mini Card and Envelope Stationery Caddy

Life is Beautiful Journaling Cards by Echo Park

Mini Card and Envelope Stationery Caddy

  • I trimmed and layered the Journaling Cards* onto cardstock to create mini cards to fit into the envelopes.
  • The finished cards are 3¼” x 4¼”.

Life is Beautiful Sticker Sheet from Echo Park

Mini Card and Envelope Stationery Caddy

  • I added a piece of 1″ pink grosgrain ribbon around the middle of the caddy case.
  • I cut apart the Life is Beautiful 4″ x 4″ journal cards* and adhered the “basket card” onto the matboard for sturdiness. I trimmed the matboard to 3½” x 3½” and adhered it to the front of the caddy.
  • I added stickers to the front of the caddy and popped them up with foam squares for added dimension.
  • To complete the caddy, add a fun set of colorful pens and a coordinating faux flower stem.

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Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas is a satisfying Trash to Treasure Project.

Turn an unused/unwanted canvas into an easy DIY.

Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

Several years ago, I got the opportunity to try Splatter Painting at a Trade Show.

As fun and exhilarating (and messy) as it was, abstract art is not my style.

While I would never typically do this with a painting,

this just-for-fun painting left me with no guilt.  (splatter painting post here)

I have been using Lang Wall Calendars for years.

And every year, at the end of the year, I have a hard time throwing them away.

I combined the frame under the canvas with the calendar page

for some inexpensive framed art.

Reusing items around the house in new ways is fun for me.

I don’t have to get rid of things I love, and It’s a new way to enjoy them.

And if I change my mind, which I often do, I can always upcycle it again.

It’s super easy to do.

Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

Here’s what I used:  (*affiliate links)

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Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

  • Use a small flat head screwdriver* to remove the staples from the back of the canvas.
  • FYI…Some frames will come with staples in the corner to hold them together instead of glue.
    In that case, you have a decision to make. But because I wasn’t attached to the painting, I had nothing to lose.
  • Give the frame a light sanding with a sanding block*.

Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

  • Paint or stain the wood to match your decor.
  • Rub the finished frame with a clear wax using a soft, clean rag.

Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

  • Cut the calendar page a little larger than the inside of the frame.
  • To give the picture more stability and a finished look, I adhered it to a piece of chipboard before gluing it onto the back of the frame.
  • Glue the picture inside the frame using a strong adhesive. I like using Rapid Fuse Adhesive*. It is a quick-setting glue and very strong. It works well with paper.

Upcycling an Old Painted Canvas

I put my “New” framed print on my mantel with a couple of old pots for a fun, fresh Spring look.

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Spring Paper Crafting with Sizzix and Eileen Hull

New Chapter 2 New Release Dies by Sizzix and Eileen Hull

Today, I’m excited to share several Paper Crafting Projects using the New Eileen Hull Dies

by Sizzix.  This is another fun collection with so many possibilities.

Our Life Our Story Folio Album

Our Life Story Mini Album 

My first project is a Mini Album made with Eileen’s New Card Case Die by Sizzix*.

I love creating an album with dimension and a lot of moving parts.

I used the sweet Botanical Garden Paper Collection from Carta Bella*.

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Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  As a member of the Eileen Hull Educator Team, I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas.  The view and opinions are my own. 

Our Life Our Story Folio Album

Materials Used:  (*affiliate links)

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Our Life Our Story Folio Album made with the Sizzix Card Album Die by Eileen Hull.

It is a fun little album with sturdy chipboard pockets perfect for inserting small notebooks or cards.

Congrats Patchwork Slimline Card

The Congrats Quilt Card was made with Eileen’s New Mini Slimline & Tickets Die*.

The Mini Slimline & Tickets Die* comes with four coordinating thin metal dies.

For the card, I die-cut the base using cream cardstock.

I then cut small squares to fit inside the tickets using the Flora No. 5 Paper Collection from Carta Bella*.

I embellished the front of the card with stickers mounted up with 3D adhesive foam squares*.

Mini Slimline Ticket Bookmark

Bloom Laminated Bookmark

The Slimline & Tickets Die Set* comes with one die that is a thin strip of tickets.

I used that to make a simple bookmark.

I laminated the bookmark using a Xyron Creative Station Mini* with a Laminate Cartridge*.

Congrats Patchwork Slimline Card

Materials Used:  (*affiliate links)

Happy Together Envelope Book

Happy Together Envelope Mini Album

Another one of Eileen’s New Dies is the New Journaling Card, Envelope & Window Die*.

I used the Envelope Die with Eileen’s Folio Journal Die* to create a Mini Album.

Did you know you can cut down the albums after they’ve been die-cut from the mat board

to adapt the album?  I revised the Folio Journal* for the perfect fit.

Happy Together Envelope Book

I created an accordion fold for the inside of the spine to hold all the envelopes in place.

I used Rapid Fuse Adhesive* to hold the accordion fold securely in place.

Gather at Home 6 x 6 Paper Pad by Carta Bella Paper Company

Materials Used:  (*affiliate links)

Happy Together Envelope Book

For the pages of the album, I created six small envelopes.  (Four shown)

I decorated each envelope with coordinating paper and stickers.

I added a small piece of Velcro under the flap to keep it closed.

Happy Together Envelope Book

I adhered the envelopes onto the accordion flaps using Rapid Fuse Adhesive*.

After I finished the album, I decided to add a small button closure

to the front and back of the album. (not shown)

Eileen Hull Sizzix Chapter 2 New Release Dies

Click on picture for more inspiration and Blog Hop Information.

LIST OF HOP STOPS:

Eileen Hull Designs 
Pam Bray
Jennie Atkinson
Sarah Lizzie
Lisa Hoel
Susie Bentz
Tonya Trantham
Jenny Marples
Maggi Harding
Karen Bearse
Sue Eldred  (you are here)
Sharon Curtis
Teresita Arvelo
Madeline Arendt
Cheryl Bodkin-Waters

Let the Easter Egg Hunt Begin

DIY Easter Egg Hunt Sign using StyleTechCraft Glossy Vinyl

Whether you are hosting a super large gathering or a small hunt for three wild

and crazy boys, the “The Hunt Is On” Easter Egg Sign is a fun way to let the fun begin.

For this project, I’ve combined my love of Dollar Tree Finds and my favorite StyletechCraft* vinyl.

DIY Easter Egg Hunt Sign using StyleTechCraft Glossy Vinyl

Materials Used:    (*affiliate links)

*Disclosure:  This blog uses ads and affiliate links.  If you choose to make a purchase using one of the links, I receive a small commission (at no additional cost to you) that helps offset the costs of maintaining this blog.  Thanks for your support!

DIY Easter Egg Hunt Sign using StyleTechCraft Glossy Vinyl

Directions:

  • Remove the twine hanger from the back of the sign.

The Hunt is One SVG File from The Silhouette Store

DIY Easter Egg Hunt Sign using StyleTechCraft Glossy Vinyl

  • I applied the background vinyl first.
  • Lay the transfer paper over the words.
  • Rub over the transfer paper with a vinyl scraper tool and lift the design from the white paper backing.
  • Lay the transfer paper onto the sign and rub over the design.  Remove the transfer paper.
  • Line up the colored eggs one at a time over the background design.

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DIY Easter Egg Hunt Sign using StyleTechCraft Glossy Vinyl

  • Apply the word “Hunt” over the vinyl eggs.

DIY Easter Egg Hunt Sign using StyleTechCraft Glossy Vinyl

Even if you’re not having an Easter Egg Hunt, the sign makes a cute centerpiece/decoration.

I’m off to fill some eggs.  Happy Easter!


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Simple Embossed Greeting Cards

Embossed Greeting Cards

Simple but Extraordinary Embossed Greeting Cards.

If you haven’t noticed, I love making cards.

Even though I’m mainly a “Clean and Simple” cardmaker,

I do enjoy adding a little texture from time to time.

Texture adds dimension.

And there’s no better way to add texture than to use an Sizzix Embossing Folder by Eileen Hull.

Embossed Greeting Cards

Embossed Birthday Card

Eileen’s New 3D Tablecloth Embossing Folder* creates an elegant textured background

for this Simple Birthday Card.  The words “Happy Birthday were die-cut using

Eileen’s New Alphanumeric Die* and Ultra Metallic Gold Adhesive Craft Vinyl* 

from StyleTechCraft.

Embossed Greeting Cards

Materials Used:   (*affiliate links)

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Embossed Greeting Cards

For this simple Birthday Card, I used the Woven Leather Embossing Folder*.

  • To use an embossing folder, place a piece of paper inside the folder.
  • Place the embossing folder into the Sizzix Big Shot Die Cutting Machine*.  You’ll need to adjust the layers on the plate for the thickness of the folder.  Crank the handle to run the embossing folder through the machine.
  • Open the folder for a beautifully embossed piece of paper.

Materials Used:   (*affiliate links)

Embossed Greeting Cards

I got my Sewing Machine* out for the next two cards.

I’ve wanted to make a quilt card for a while.

A quilt card is a great way to use up small scraps of paper.

Materials Used on the Quilt Cards:  (*affiliate links)

Embossed Greeting Cards

Quilt Card Directions:

  • I put my paper through a Xyron 3″ Disposable Sticker Maker* to make the paper into sticker paper.
  • Cut them into 1″ squares.  I laid the squares out first to play with the quilt pattern.
  • To make a 4″ square quilt, cut a 4″ base to lay the squares on.
  • Stick the squares onto the base and trim if necessary to even up the edges.
  • Sew in between the squares using a sewing machine.
  • Adhere the quilt onto paper layers and a 5″ x 5″ card.

Embossed Greeting Cards

This pink quilt card is one of my new favorites. 

It reminds me of an old quilt I used to have on my bed.

It’s soft, sweet, and feminine.

It makes me want to curl up with a good book on a lazy day.

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Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  As a member of the Eileen Hull Educator Team, I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas.  The view and opinions are my own. 

DIY Spring Bunny Door Hanger

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger

How to Make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with Acrylic Paint and StyleTechCraft Vinyl.

I love changing out my decorations with the seasons.

For Spring this year, I decided I needed a new bunny.

This cute little bunny door hanger makes me smile every time I see him.

Dollar Tree* always seems to have the perfect wood cut out for me to use.

And when it only costs $1.25, it’s affordable too.

*Disclosure:  This blog uses ads and affiliate links.  If you choose to make a purchase using one of the links, I receive a small commission (at no additional cost to you) that helps offset the costs of maintaining this blog.  Thanks for your support!

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

Materials Used to Make Bunny Door Hanger:   (*affiliate links)

StyletechCraft products brought to you by ATSM Craft*

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

How to make The Spring Bunny Door Hanger:

How to Make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with Acrylic Paint and StyleTechCraft Vinyl-Sue's Creative Workshop www.sueeldred.com 9785

  • My project was inspired by a Large Floral Rabbit Decoration that I saw at Michael’s Craft Store.  I liked the look of the painted flowers on the rabbit.  But since my hand-painting skills are not that good, a floral stencil would have to do.

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

“This is a sponsored post.  As a member of the StyleTechCraft Design Team I have been provided product and compensation in exchange for my creative ideas.  The views and opinions are my own.

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

  • For the florals, line up the vinyl over the painted area.
  • Gently rub over the transfer tape with the scraper tool.
  • Remove the transfer tape.

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

  • To create the handle, paint several wood beads with the same acrylic paint as the flowers.
  • String the beads onto a piece of natural twine*.  
  • An Easy DIY Tip: Dip the end of the twine into craft glue. Twirl the fibers with your fingers tips to make the strands tight. Once the glue dries, it’s easy to add the beads.

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

  • I rubbed a little pink paint onto the face before adding the whiskers.

How to make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with a Dollar Tree Bunny, Acrylic Paint, and StyleTechCraft Glossy Craft Vinyl.

  • I added adhesive rhinestones to the inside of the smaller flowers.
  • A Hello Spring Greeting finishes off the door hanger.

How to Make a Spring Bunny Door Hanger with Acrylic Paint and StyleTechCraft Vinyl-Sue's Creative Workshop www.sueeldred.com 9894

I decided to add the Bunny Door Hanger to the inside of my Boxwood Wreath.

I think it looks cute hanging on my front door.

Spring Party Collection